Wednesday, November 21, 2018
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Tryp Partners with Luxury Amenities Brand

Brisbane’s much anticipated new hotel, Tryp Fortitude Valley will partner with luxury lifestyle brand, Zambeli, to complement the hotel’s bold and distinctive style.

World-class designer products from Zambeli’s Black Millésime range, featuring shampoo, conditioner, body wash, lotion and vanity kits will be displayed on marble trays in all queen and king rooms. Shaving kits will be available from reception.

Zambeli’s managing director, Paul Tsalikis says of the partnership, “Tryp Fortitude Valley Hotel is at the forefront of modern edge design, and Zambeli is excited to be able to introduce our luxury products to guests of this exciting new hotel.

“We believe that successful partnerships are born from reflective views and common goals, and we are excited to have found a hotel partner committed to offering the ultimate boutique experience,” Mr Tsalikis added.
Set to open September 1 this year, Tryp Fortitude Valley Hotel is a 4½-star hotel located in the heart of Brisbane’s entertainment hub and emerging corporate headquarters of Fortitude Valley.

The Tryp (pronounced trip) by Wyndham brand offers travellers one part experience and one part destination with contemporary, unique lodging options in some of the world’s most cosmopolitan and exciting cities.

The hotel is being developed by its owner, Jay McPhee and will be managed by Wyndham Hotel Group’s management company.

“We are very pleased to announce the partnership between Tryp Fortitude Valley Hotel and Zambeli and look forward to spoiling our guests with its luxurious and unique products,” said Warren Cullum, general manager of Tryp Fortitude Valley Hotel.

Black Millésime is described as being a unique fragrance with unisex appeal and the right elements to combine with and enhance the active botanicals and essential oils in the Zambeli range that reflects true excellence. It creates a refreshingly healthy and natural floral based uplifting aroma yet at the same time it is luxurious with its sophistication, elegance and sensual earthy tones.

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